31 March 1988 (age 33)
London, England, United Kingdom
Keisha White attended Enfield County Girls School before pursuing a career in music. She has released two albums so far, Seventeen, which was released in 2005 and Out Of My Hands, which was released in 2006. The now nineteen-year-old had collaborated with the likes of Oakenfold and Desert Eagle Discs, even before her debut album was released.
It all started at the tender ages of 14 when Keisha was invited to perform in front of music executives at Warner Records. Keisha sang "If You Should Lose A Good Thing" by Aretha Franklin a cappella and the record company were so impressed that they signed Keisha on the spot. "If You Should Lose a Good Thing" became the first song Keisha ever performed live for an audience and she continues to do so to this day.
On 15 March 2004, at the age of 17, three years after signing her record deal, Keisha released her debut single, "Watcha Gonna Do", following a support slot on R&B group Mis-Teeq's tour in late 2003. The track established her with an R&B/rock sound and managed to enter the UK top 75. She also sang the theme tune for the BBC "Tracy Beaker" television series and the track was included as the b-side to her debut single.Miss White is presently working on a new album, and is shortly to release her next single . see her Myspace page www.myspace/keishawhitemusic Source JJ Artist Management 22nd March 2008
Source: Wikipedia (2006)
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